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on washington. how organizers say the civil rights battle has changed since martin luther king junior made his i have a dream speech. >> a critical meeting as the united states considers it's next step in syria and what the navy is now doing in that area as tensions rise around the alleged use of chemical weapons. >> first let's go out to the east shore freeway. traffic is moving along there. the highway patrol is clearing a deadly accident right now. that accident has the eastbound on-ramp shut down. we will keep an eye on that for you you're watching mornings on two. goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french) so you can express your gratitude... in the moment. chase quickpay. so you can. . >>> it's a partly cloudy start over south san francisco this morning. temperatures in the upper 50s outside your door >> and we want to show you what's happening now in the nation's capitol. as you can see people gathering there right now, thousands expected to come together for a march on the national mall in washing
the firefighters are struggling to contain the rim fire, there's grim news from washington d.c., with the national forest service has to do to find enough money to fight all the fires now burning across the country. >>> well, the traffic started off not doing very well. there ever been some improvements, we'll tell you where those are and how the bridges look. >>> gray skies out there, and cool temperatures to mild temps, we cooled down yesterday. will we find a little bit warmer forecast. we'll have that for you when we come back. . >>> good morning, welcome back, time 7:13. more than a third of the house republicans in washington say they'd rather cause a government shut down than pay for president obama's health care law. as ktvu's kyla campbell reports from our washington d.c. news room, these lawmakers are preparing for fiscal fights this fall. >> reporter: house republicans signed this letter sent to house speaker, john boehner, they say obama care is the reason workers around the country are seeing their hours get cut. mostly tea party backed conservatives want boehner to avoid a budget pla
. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, this information is coming from an internal audit and other documents. >> reporter: the "wash post" broke the story and said they got the documents from edward snowden. the report shows the nsa broke privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of time each year since congress gave the surveillance agency proud, new powers in 2008. "the washington post" says they got a response from an official saying the nsa is a human-run agencies and often times workers find themselves on the wrong side of the line. president obama had a panel of outside intelligence advisers. but that panel of 14 is now down to four people and the white house says last week it's turning to brand-new, and still undetermined outside experts to look over the nsa's actions. there is a special court that's designated to oversee these surveillance agencies. how the nsa went against court orders -- when i see you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> there's new developments surrounding snoerden. he's accused of downloading materials abou
, crowds are gathering to remember what happened in washington, d.c. on this day back in 1963. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> good morning. we want to take you out to the bay bridge where this morning's commute is historic. this is a live picture. it's pretty foggy out there. the drivers head out to the cantilever for the final time. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. >>> let's check your weather and traffic. steve is off. but we have mark tamayo in. good morning, mark. >> good morning. the fog has been working pretty hard overnight, pushing back in. it will impact your visibility over the next few hours. right now, you can see looking out toward the bay bridge, we have dense fog. even up to the north bay, santa rosa reporting visibilities down to about one half-mile. temperatures in the 50s to the 60s. basically, right around 57 for san francisco. fairfield, 60 and san jose right now checking in, 62 degrees. as far as winds, you can see strong out towards fairfield right out to the delta at 23 miles an hour at last check. a layer of warm air is compressing the
the u.s. of making excuses to attack syria. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the situation in syria is intensifying with every hour. kyla? >> reporter: pam, we know the united nations inspectors pushed off their investigation until tomorrow, citing security concerns. they were supposed to return to the site of last week's attack. john kerry says the use of chemical weapons last week is undeniable. >> make no mistake. president obama believes there must be accountability for those who would use the world's most heinous weapons against the world's most vulnerable people. >> reporter: senior administration officials say their goal is not to overthrow president assad but rather punish him for using chemical weapons, killing hundreds in syria last week. the u.s. navy deployed four destroyers. they launch would be missiles. the russian president vladimir putin chimed in saying there's no evidence that assad's regem used the chemical weapons. cnn says a new intelligence report about the use of the weapons in syria is set to be declassified at some point today. i'm w
bargain for middle class. >> we're lacking something from washington. we have ideas for growing our economy. i have a grand bargain for the middle class. >> he says he's willing to work with republicans for tax breaks for businesses, but he'll only do it if money is used for infrastructure, job training and job growth. >>> the defense of marriage act next week, these applications will receive equal consideration. john kerry made the announcement in london yesterday. same sex marriages will be valid under us immigration law as long as they are performed in places where it is legal. >>> gay rights activeys will be protesting a series of laws. they'll install a 20-foot flag poll in front of the building and fly a rainbow flag. >>> in west hollywood they're going to boycott to russia's anti-gay laws. they dumped out the water from the bottles. it continues to be supportive of the gay community and has no ties to the russian government. >>> this marks the first anniversary of the chevron refinery fire. this event starts and the bart and the rally is starting at noon. >>> the city of rich
campbell reports from the washington d.c. news room. this is the latest in a string of threats from al key -- al- qaeda. >> reporter: the majority of workers were evacuated from the consulate either to the capitol city or out of the country all together. the state department also says u.s. citizens should not travel to pakistan. there are growing concerns al- qaeda militants could use a new generation of liquid explosives and it would make their clothing flammable but not detectable by security measures and that's part of the terror threat earlier this week that closed u.s. embassies. we don't know if the pakistan evacuation is related to the previous threat. we expect to learn more in the coming hours. secretary to have state john kerry is meeting with russian officials this hour. reporters are set up to ask him questions. we don't know if he'll be taking them. and president barack obama has scheduled a press conference for this afternoon. live in washington, kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:16. former nsa contractor edward snowden may be living in a luxury townhouse in a gated co
with president obama. ktvu's kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with the action feinstein wants to take to protect our privacy. kyla? >> reporter: well, tori, i spoke to her staff. they said she will be talking with the president today. so will other democrats and republicans from congress. senator feinstein is the chair of the senate intelligence committee. she's ordered the nsa to review how government surveillance could expose americans' privacy. but she's denounced former nsa contractor edward snowden leaking intelligence. snowden claims the nsa's tracked millions of americans' phone records. there was a discussion yesterday about this. >> those reports contained less than 500 numbers. not millions, not hundreds of thousands. not tens of thousands. >> reporter: now we're learning about another spy program. this one allegedly collects e- mails and internet searches of americans. what the nsa is saying about that surveillance program when i see you next. live in washington, d.c., kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, kyla. >>> 7:16. well, today's meeting comes afte
campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with developing news this hour about a state of emergency. kyla? >> reporter: there's word that egypt's interim president has declared a state of emergency beginning today and lasting for one month. in the past, that's meant restricted freedom of speech for people in egypt. and police having the right to jail people indefinitely. security forces used bulldozers, tear gas and guns to invade two camps of protesters today. demonstrators demand the reinstatement of ousted president morsi. 28 were killed in cairo as another 25 were killed south of the capital. the muslim brotherhood claims at least 200 were killed including a seepier member of the group and his -- senior member of the group and his 17- year-old daughter and sky news reports one of their cameraman was killed. cnn reports 1 is00 were killed this morning as explosions continue. i'll continue to get reaction on how the u.s. could respond to this potential state of emergency. and i will have the latest developments for you around 8:15. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2
-- chemicals weapons attack. kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. newsroom and kyla, you just heard from your contacts at the white house. >> reporter: dave, they tell me the administration still plans to release some of that intelligence to the public this week. so that's either today or tomorrow. it's expected to be similar information that was given to members of congress in a conference call last night. intercepted intelligence among top syrian government officials ordering the poisonous gas attack last week that killed 1300 people, including women and children. yundz united nations inspectors are still in syria today to determine if the chemical weapons were used last week. the u.n. would recommend military action against sirah -- sir ria. the u.s. is ready to attack. but british parliament voted against it yesterday. white house officials say president obama is willing to act on his own but he faces some challenges when it comes to getting input from congress. and john kerry will talk to reporters today. i'm working on all of that for you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2
to overhaul the housing and mortgage industries. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom. senators already laid out their plans to do the same thing. kyla? >> reporter: dave, the president's proposals are largely in line with the senate's bipartisan housing and mortgage reform plan already in the works. that includes phasing out fannie mae and freddie mac. they received nearly $200 billion in a tax payer funded bailout back in 2008. president obama will also push for immigration reform to increase home values. the white house says immigrants accounted for almost 40% of new homeowners nationwide between 2000 and 2010. in that same time period, in california, immigrants accounted for more than 80% of the growth in homeowners. how the administration plans to help homeowners better understand when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> tomorrow, president obama takes part in an online question-and-answer session on the real estate website zillo. you can submit questions online. this event begins at 10:00 a.m. our time. it will be moderated
. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the white house is saying several issues led up to the decision. kyla? >> reporter: my contact said the decision was based in part on a lack of progress on global security issues. president obama is frustrated with vladimir putin and the decision to grant temporary asylum to nsa leaker edward snowden. it allows him to escape espionage charges in the u.s., for now. he talked about snowden on the "tonight show" yesterday. >> it's important for me not to prejudge something. hopefully at some point he will go to trial and have a lawyer and due process. >> reporter: the obama administration cites additional reason for canceling the one on one meeting including missiles defense and arms control and russian human rights law. this friday, chuck hagel and secretary of state john kerry will be meeting with their russian counterparts here in washington with the hopes of making progress on a range of issues. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> 8:16. president obama talked about housing yesterday in phoe
that country. ktvu is in the washington news room with the alleged plots and how it affects president obama's plans. >> reporter: officials say they've foiled terror plots. al-qaida planned to fire missiles at foreign embassies. attacked naval forces guarding in the red sea and takeover gas and oil facilities in southern yemen. u.s. embassies and consulates in 19 countries are scheduled to remain closed through saturday. the terrorist activity in yemen spells trouble for president obama's goal to shut down the prison because the current plan would send detainees back to home countries. half of the prisoners are from yemen. and law makers don't trust sending them back. >>> also another suspected u.s. drone strike killed 6 people today including two civilians. how president obama defended the use of drones when i see you next. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:17. new this morning, rebels say they hit president assad's motor cade. the president was not hurt. this is new video of the president this morning visiting an mosk. information minister denies the rebel's claims they hit the presi
the right thing by revealing u.s. spy secrets. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, snowden's father responded to comments made by the president on friday. good morning. >> reporter: president obama says snowden is not a patriot and cannot be characterized as a whistle-blower. during his first press conference in months this past friday, president obama said snowden had other avenues if he had concerns and leaking nsa information has put the u.s. at risk. president obama said if snowden believes what he did was right, he should return to the u.s. and make his case in court. snowden's father says the opinions of politicians don't matter to him. >> he's sacrificed than the president of the united states and peter king have evers. so how they cluz to characterize him -- choose to characterize him doesn't concern me. >> reporter: what republicans on capitol hill have to say about that when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:16. the sentencing of convicted spy bradley manning begins today. later today, the army private's defense team is expected t
a martin luther king, junior memorial in washington, d.c. the memorial originally paraphrased a part of dr. king's drum major speech to say "i was a drum major for justice, peace and righteousness." however, some are saying shortening thatquote changed the entire context and it made dr. king sound arrogant. so that comment is being taken off the memorial. the national park service hopes to have the memorial ready for the 50th anniversary of dr. king's "i have a dream" speech at the end of august. >>> 7:18. 9,000 people have signed an online petition in support of a teacher in southern california. englis teacher ken bencomo says he was fired for marrying his gay partner. that marriage came after the u.s. supreme court cleared the way for same-sex marriage to resume in california. bencomo taught at a school in glendale, california. >>> david campos has made it official. he's running for state assembly in 2014. campos will be running for the seat held by tom amiano. amiano cannot run again due to term limits. >>> we're finding out more about the abuse three women suffered in ohio. nischelle k
assist such as washington, los angeles and new york. >>> some disillusioned tea partiers will leave. and they said the people they elected have embraced more moderate issues. and some are anxious to return the movement to prominence. others plan to sit out high profile races in swing states incomes year. >> gop fears some of their stars could fall. >> this is the sewer i don't sayity rover. and in the 12 months since its touchdown, it has sent back more than 70,000 images. >> there are no plans to have it come back. >> they will be celebrating on tuesday. >> look on twitter and google. use the hash tag. ask nasa. >> graduates got a commencement speech from out of this world. >> my time there provided a great foundation for me. not only as an engineer but as a person. >> she delivered the speech from 200 miles above earth. she is an astro nat aboard the space station. >> it is less than five minutes long. and it was pretty simple. shoot for the stars. >> getting back on the water. >> how the artemis team is preparing for the first race after the death of a teammate. >> deciding not t
healthcare. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, republicans who are fighting the law are happy about this. kyla? >> reporter: dave, many republicans will use this as a discreditty law. the cap was going to be 6300 for an individual and just under 13,000 for a family. but the new york times reports the obama administration is delaying the mandate for a year until january of 2015. that means some insurers can set higher limits at all or no limits at all. the new york times says this delay has been outlined on a government website since february. but it went unnoticed by the legal language. health plan sponsors need to upgrade computer systems. congress might be on resers this month. but -- on recess this month. but senator rubio encouraged followers on twitter this morning to sign a petition to "defund this disaster." this is the second obama care delay announced in just weeks. what the two could mean for patients when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> want to check in with sal, see how things are rolling at the bay bridge toll
in washington. three weeks after someone through green paint all over it. most of it was removed the same day. traces of paint did not come off. a treatment was applied to remove the paint. a woman charged with vandalizing the international kath thee digram is charmed with vandalizing the memorial and other sites. >>> a new pedestrians plaza is now open in the historic square. it converts to a pedestrians only space where plenty of places for people to sit and enjoy the sites of the city. the purpose is to keep the area pedestrians owner for the next six months. >>>al and smith doesn't hold any grudges. there they are before the game the head coach and he are shaking hands and hugging. there were 7 sacks on the night. they go down. they are up in the game until rookie 9ers quarterback. they get 49ers to get a win. smith called last night's reunion a different experience. harbaugh said it felt like going against a brother. >>> the are jumping 17 in the first tan grabing a 23-0 lead p raiders lost 28-20. they're hosting the chicago bears at the coliseum next month >>> taking inspiration from wi
are encouraging president obama to stop giving aid to the military. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the u.s. gives egypt $1.5 billion a year. kyla? >> reporter: and $1.3 billion of that goes to the egyptian military. john mccain and lindsey graham are leading the charge to cut off the military. they are using deadly force on protest, many unarmed. the u.s. helps egypt because it's one of two countries that made peace with israel. if washington pulls the aid it could affect prospects in the middle east. on friday, president obama called on joint military exercises with egypt scheduled for next month. but some republicans want to take it further and cut off aid. >> when we threaten something as we did that we could cut off aid, as the administration did, and not do it, then you lose your credibility and your influence. >> reporter: defense secretary chuck hagel is scheduled to speak in 30 minutes. we don't know if he will take questions from reporters about egypt. i will be watching his reports live and have developments for you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2
syria. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, dianne feinstein says she's received some intelligence about it. >> reporter: feinstein says she's believes the attack was by the assad regime and is strongly urging the united nations to condemn the regime. that's echoed by many in congress. without a united nations resolution, some argue the u.s. cannot take military action under military law. the resolution should wrap up tomorrow and their findings made public on saturday. this hour, the british government said the legal requirements to strike have been met. david cameron said the evidence that syria used chemical weapons last week is right before our eyes. the u.s. is upping its military presence in the mediterranean sea off the coast of syria to to prepare for a potential strike. and president assad said his country will defend itself. congressional leaders will get briefed via a phone conference scheduled for 3:00 pacific today. what we're learning about a possible meeting at the white house today. i'm working on that story for 8:15. live in washington, kyla campb
department says the closures are out of an abundance of caution. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, some of the lawmakers say the potential threat is very serious. kyla? they are comparing this -- >> reporter: they are comparing this threat to those received before 9/11. senators on the intelligence committee say the nsa's controversial spy program is what picked up on messages sent among senior al qaeda operatives. the state department decided to keep 19 u.s. embassies and consulates in the muslim world closed through friday. they point to the al qaeda threat, major prison brea in the middle east and the ramadan coming to a close this week. less than two hours from now, secretary of state, john kerry, is slated with meet with military leaders, thousands of troops in the middle east and in europe are on high alert. why they say last year's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi is playing a role in this latest threat when i see you next. back to you. >> the state department's warnings are the reason why san francisco police are on high alert. there's no thr
during a family get together on east washington way. a man was giving an 11-year-old girl a ride when the horse got spooked and took off running. the carriage hit a street sign and the driver was thrown from the buggy after it crashed into a pickup truck. >> approaching eastbound pickup truck saw what was happening and stopped in the roadway thankfully. the horse at the last minute darted in front of his truck and the carriage collided with the front end, injuring the 11- year-old that was in the backseat. >> police say the horse wreck free after collide -- broke free after colliding into the truck but was not far away when they caught him. that 11-year-old suffered minor injuries. >>> people in colorado are cleaning up this morning afterred flooding and mud slides made a mess of their communities. in el paso county volunteers used shovels and wheel barrels to try to get rid of the mud and water. the flooding is in the same location where the waldo fire broke out last year. the ground is especially vulnerable to flooding because the soil absorbs less water. >> we are hoping we'll be s
of former egyptian president, mohamed morsi. ktvu's kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom right now and we're expecting to hear from president obama any moment now. >> reporter: he's supposed to be speaking in a few months. we did press for more information. he will likely not be taking any questions from reporters and, dave, you did mention this new development this past hour. supporters of the muslim brotherhood setting fire to a government building. take a look again at that video. protesters set fire to the building a few miles outside of cairo. there are reports the building was evacuated before the flames spread. egypt's health officials put the death toll at 525 and said at least 3500 others are injured. security forces used deadly force on peaceful protesters who support ousted president, mohamed morsi. the u.s. has not declared morsi's removal a coup because that would require the obama administration to suspend $1.5 million in annual cade. secretary of state, john kerry, says yesterday's violence makes the pathway to peace much, much harder. again, president obama shou
and they will fly back to washington tonight. >>> they will recall the mayor and it is underway. organizers collected significant for a recall petition this morning. they are planning to march and rally this afternoon. 16 women have accused him of harassment that relates to groping and unwanted advances. they have called on him to resign and he is refusing to step down. >>> they are examining the abouts ways to keep buildings standing when a major earthquake hits. from uc san diego, they used a table to determine if seismic retrofitting protects building. when they with stood the earthquake, the retro he fitting was removed and the building quickly collapsed. >> the main aspect of design is life safety and eninsuring it doesn't collapse. >> research ares say they tested different types of retrofitting. >> and it what is being used in san francisco. they have a better chance of surviving the earthquake. and results of the shake table study will now be presented to engineers across the county. >>> now, they want to build a new jail. they have to figure out how to pay for it. >> the county wan
. kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. newsroom with this morning's developments. kyla? >> reporter: it's not clear why there is a delay or how long it could last but we expect manning to be sentenced this morning. he faces a maximum of 90 years in prison. prosecutors asked for at least 60 years. manning's attorneys say it should be no more than a 25- year sentence. earlier this morning,'s rived at -- earlier this morning, he arrived at fort meade. he was convicted on espionage charges for leaking thousands of documents to wikileaks. supporters of him are holding a vigil outside of fort meade. i contacted them. they are gearing up to help manning with appeals. manning's sentence could be immediately appealed. i'm working on that story and i'll have the sentencing for you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> breaking news. army major nadal hasan had a chance to present his defense today at his trial for killing 13 people at fort hood, texas four years ago. he's acting as his own attorney but this morning, he called no witnesses and rested his
assault in afghanistan in 2009. he was born in spokane washington but spent his childhood years in antioch. carter will be only the fifth living recipient of the medal of honor for heroic service in iraq or afghanistan. >>> authorities near jacksonville florida are trying to figure out why a man went on a deadly rampage that involved five different shooting scene. hubert allen junior used to work for a trucking company. yesterday morning he went to company headquarters and shot and killed a former co-worker. police say allen then drove a short distance and gunned down his 80-year-old former boss. authorities also believe he went on to shoot two more employees elsewhere before returning home and committing suicide. >> all the people that were involved, mr. allen knew every one of them. we're totally shocked. the community's in shock. >> in all, three people were killed including the gunman. two more victims are in the hospital, one is in critical condition. there are reports that allen may have been recently fired. >>> an antigun group based in newtown connecticut is trying to convince star
in pennsylvania. >>> reporting live in washington, ktvu channel 2 news. >> time is now 8:18. ups making big cuts and blaming president obama as part of the problem. ups announced, it would eliminate insurance for 15,000 people who were married to ups employees. those spouses are eligible for insurance with their own employer. ups says healthcare costs go up 7% a year. but expects to pay more than 11% because of the affordable care act. >>> a new poll shows many californians don't know they can get health insurance for free or reduce cost through obamacare. 66% of people expect implementing the law will be successful. however, only 25% of voters under the age of 65 say they've heard about the affordable care act. 48% of low income voters eligible to get free healthcare know they are eligible for it. a lot of questions or a lack of knowledge in some cases about it. >> 8:19. let's check in with sal and see what's happening on 880. still a problem? >> yeah, it is. i want to show you what's going on. this truck has been stalled on 880. been stalled since 6:30. and here we are coming up on almost two
to disabled veterans in florida and then go for a week long summer vacationful before he left washington he held his first news conference in three months. he addressed russian relations, budget battles and funding the affordable care act. many questions focused on revelations about government domestic spying programs. >> others around the world i want to make clear once again that america is not interested in spying on normal people >> he outlined a four point reform plan to help privacy concerns. he said he will work with congress to change parts of the patriot act. he said he will also review the court that grants permission to review data. they will appoint an officer to oversee safe guards and he will appoint a panel of outside experts to review united states communications and technologies. >> hundreds of illegal immigrants will being allowed into the united states because of a loophole. if they use certainly keywords they are allowed to enter and stay. some of them include a fear about drug cartels, once they are allowed in they are supposed to have a court can hearing to prove th
campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the white house says no decision has been made yet. kyla? >> reporter: tori you, the white house says it's -- tori, the white house says it's evaluating the situation in egypt before making the final payment of the fiscal year. the u.s. gives the egyptian military about $1.3 billion in aid. but the money does not go directly to egypt. it goes into a bank account that pays u.s. defense contractors for making equipment and spare parts for egypt's military. and cutting the aid won't get the government out of paying off the defense contracts it's already signed. >> it will end up costing the tax payers a lot of money and getting nothing in return. >>> the white house says it is considering cutting off the aid after egypt's interim government and military went after protesters who support the ousted president. over the past week, nearly 1,000 people were killed in deadly clashes between security forces and members of the muslim brotherhood. the white house says three standards have to be met before they decide to cut off aid. it could not
pharmacies. >>> according to a study of the university of washington, pay area people to the charts in fitness and nutrition and longest lived people. this helps people ward off physical decline and their lives. the longest lived people in the country are women in marin county and the leanest in san francisco. >> with the weather you can work outside. >>> a happy ending for two kittens who shut down service in the big apple and they can be different a new home. >> i'll have a look at what you can expect for today and your holiday weekend coming up. . >>> a muscle sniffing dog will be inspecting this weekend. i want to introduce you to popeye. he'll be sniffing boats for invasive muscles. mussels. they're infesting waterways. the mussels reproduce and destroy natural habitat and fisheries. popeye will be there to inspect. >>> two kittens will be up for adoption soon. they're being held by animal control. they'll make great pets once they're socialized. the kittens caused a major headache for commuters. the subway shut down for two hours. they were chose to a high voltage rail. they w
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